Chronic pain is defined as being any form of pain–sharp, dull, burning or aching–lasting more than 12 weeks, but more often for months or longer. Most doctor’s solutions involve complicated surgeries or pain medication that will require higher dosages as time goes on. Neither option addresses the underlying cause of chronic pain and only masks… Read more »
Category: Shoulder Pain
Orthopedics is a field of healthcare that focuses on the musculoskeletal system, specifically the spine, joints and muscles. Common orthopedic conditions include: Shoulder injuries (rotator cuff tears, frozen shoulder, arthritis) Hand/wrist injuries (carpel tunnel syndrome, tendinitis) Neck and back injuries (stenosis, scoliosis, disc herniation) Hip injuries (bursitis, osteoarthritis) Knee injuries (patellofemoral syndrome, ACL tear, meniscus… Read more »
Do you sit at a desk or in front of a computer for long periods of time? Do you lift heavy objects at home or work? Do you run, walk, lift, swim or play a sport? Overuse injuries (or repetitive stress injuries) are injuries that happen when too much stress is placed on an area… Read more »
Our two newest chiropractors, Dr. McKee and Dr. G, talk joints in their first Joint by Joint Facebook Live video series. This week, they are focusing on the shoulder. Join us next week at https://www.facebook.com/GoodyearHealthCenter/ to see what joint they choose to focus on next! Schedule an appointment with Dr. McKee or Dr. Gebultowicz today!
Receiving chiropractic care for sprains and strains is 100% safe and effective. Chiropractors are experts at relieving pain due to new or old injuries, and guarantee to get you back to living pain-free. A sprain is known as the stretching or tearing of a ligament(s), the tough band of fibrous tissue that connects two bones… Read more »
Shoulder pain is a common complaint that has many causes and effects. Since it is one of our most used joints, it’s vulnerable to wear and tear. Areas of Shoulder Pain: Your shoulder houses many different major components including: The clavicle (the collarbone) The shoulder muscles The acromion (a bony projection of the shoulderblade) The bursa (a… Read more »